Are churches really that gullible when it comes to assessing belief in asylum seekers?

It seems The Times have been going hard after the Church of England over the weekend. There was first this piece from Matthew Parris, insisting

To see conversions, you have to seek conversions

I hear a lot of people speak about the hardness of the ground in their context. They don’t seem to ever see many conversions and

Share the gospel, even in the weird & unique places the Lord gives you to do it

It is little wonder that things concerning asylum seekers has been on my mind lately. Naturally, these things are almost always on my mind, given

What should we make of the breaking of bread in Acts 2:42?

Yesterday, somebody raised the question about the use of breaking bread in Acts 2:41-47. Specifically, what are we to make of the breaking of bread

Rouhollah’s story

We’ve been thinking, as we’re in the midst of lockdown, about ways that we might reach out with the gospel in these extraordinary times. One

Decisions without decisionism

I have swum in waters that were decisionistic. Decisionism is that approach to evangelism that centres less on genuine conversion and more on ‘making a

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